ND farm groups opposing animal cruelty measure
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- North Dakota farm groups say they'll oppose an anti-animal cruelty measure if it gets on the ballot.
The initiative would make it a felony crime to commit aggravated cruelty against a cat, dog or horse -- such as burning, suffocating and beating to death. The punishment could be up to five years in prison.
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